Comment: Dying in Peace, or At Least Happy Commentator Debra Jarvis has been counseling sick and dying people for nearly 20 years. Now, she mostly works in hospitals and clinics, but when she was a hospice spiritual counselor, she got to see people at home. Debra Jarvis is a chaplain at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance.
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Commentator Debra Jarvis has been counseling sick and dying people for nearly 20 years. Now, she mostly works in hospitals and clinics, but when she was a hospice spiritual counselor, she got to see people at home. Debra Jarvis is a chaplain at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance.